Xiaomi teases upcoming Mi Notebook Pro X with potent mix of Intel Tiger Lake CPU and GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPU
Not too long ago Xiaomi started posting promo material for a new laptop in its lineup, which is to be called the Mi Notebook Pro X (or Mi Book Pro X). The latest official marketing image for the device, posted on one of Xiaomi’s official Weibo channels, gives a good glimpse at the laptop’s looks. It’s clear to see the company has gone for a thin and light design language for the Mi Notebook Pro X while still trying to offer enough power packed inside for the requirements of demanding mobile users.
Xiaomi announced the Mi Notebook Pro X would be coming with no less than an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPU, which should provide sufficient gaming power for laptop users who deliberately choose a notebook with a thin and light aesthetic. In other words, it won’t replace a gaming-centric behemoth, and potential buyers should be aware that the RTX 3050 Ti comes in numerous TGP power levels, so clock speeds can vary all the way from 735 MHz to 1,695 MHz. Considering the form of the Mi Book Pro X, it’s likely the dGPU clock rates will be at the lower end (e.g. 35 W TGP: 735-1,035 MHz).
Joining the dGPU in the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro X, at least according to MyDrivers, is the Tiger Lake CPU Intel Core i7-11375H. This quad-core processor is also ideal for a thin and light laptop but that doesn’t mean it has less to offer than its counterparts found in machines with additional space for more-powerful cooling solutions. The i7-11375H can max out at 5.0 GHz (single core) and is based on Intel’s 10 nm SuperFin manufacturing process. The Xiaomi Book Pro X is shaping up to be a decent, if not particularly spectacular, option for mobile users and is scheduled to be released in June.